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CBSE Class 4 Hindi Worksheets for Chapter 7

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Introduction to Chapter 7 - Daan Ka Hisaab of Class 4

CBSE Class 4 Hindi Worksheets for Chapter 7 - Daan Ka Hisaab is available here at Vedantu solved by expert teachers as per the latest NCERT (CBSE) Book guidelines. You will find a comprehensive collection of Questions with Solutions in these worksheets which will help you to revise the complete Syllabus and score more marks in a fun way.

You will be able to study Class 4 Hindi and excel in the examination by constantly cross-checking and verifying your answers against the CBSE Class 4 Hindi Worksheets for Chapter 7 - Daan Ka Hisaab provided by us. Also, you will have the authority to specifically choose whichever topic you wish to revise and complete the preparation for the exam at a pace that suits you the best.   

Daan Ka Hisaab is the Chapter 7 story in the CBSE Class 4 Hindi book. In this book, the raja (king) understands the pain of his prajas (subjects) only after a sadhu (ascetic) makes him understand, by a tricky plan. 

Both the sets, i.e. Set 1 and Set 2 of NCERT Class 4 Hindi Worksheets for chapter 7 with solutions will be uploaded soon on this page.

Summary of the Story:

Once upon a time, there was a king who had the habit of spending his money in lavish ways. But when it came to helping his subjects financially, he always stepped back. Not only did he not help his subjects in any way, but also insulted them in the worst way possible. 

Once, a famine had started in his kingdom. The subjects of his kingdom came to him and asked for help. They requested the king to give them some money from the kingdom treasury to buy food and grains. The king, on hearing their request, refused. He said that helping them financially is not possible because today there is a famine, tomorrow, there will be an earthquake, the next day it will be some poor family from a poor kingdom, who will come to ask for help. If the king goes on helping everyone, then in no time will his treasury be empty and he will be bankrupt. Listening to this, his subjects became sad and went away. 

The famine went on increasing. Every day, many people die of hunger. Again, his subjects came to him and asked for some help. They begged to give him at least ten thousand rupees to buy food. Hearing this, the king smirked, saying ten thousand is also not a small amount. 

His subjects requested him a lot. Yet, he refused. When they asked him to give them some amount of money from the whole lot that he spends, he became furious and asked them to leave, otherwise, they would face consequences. 

When his subjects left, the king laughed at them. Although he laughed, his courtiers were unsatisfied with him, and everyone was of the opinion that the king could have given some amount of money to them. 

A few days later, an ascetic came over to his palace. He praised the king a lot and begged for some money. The king, happy on listening to his praises, agreed to give him money, only if it’s a small amount. The ascetic said that he has a way of taking his donations. He takes double the amount of what he took the previous day. The king agreed but asked him the amount he wanted to take on the first day. The ascetic said that he is not a greedy person, so he’d take only one rupee the first day. The king agreed and asked his treasurer to provide the ascetic with his donation, every day, for twenty days.

Days passed, the treasurer went on giving the donations to the ascetic. On the fourteenth day, he realised that he had to give a lot of money to the ascetic. He immediately informed the chief minister about this. The Chief Minister, upon hearing, agreed that this is a huge amount. But the king had given his orders, so it cannot be changed now, he said. 

Again after a few days, the treasurer came running to the Chief Minister. The Chief Minister, on seeing the calculation, wiped his sweat and asked the treasurer to make the total calculation of how much money the ascetic is supposed to receive at the end of twenty days. The entire amount summed up to more than one lakh!

When the king understood his mistake, he requested the ascetic to come to a middle ground, by a discussion. The ascetic replied that he would need fifty thousand rupees for the people afflicted with the famine. 

The king had to give away the money to the ascetic.

FAQs on CBSE Class 4 Hindi Worksheets for Chapter 7

1. Is Class 4 Hindi difficult to study?

Subjects, as they are, are not difficult to study. It all matters on the students’ perception. All that is needed is dedication towards the subject. Students should regularly study all the Chapters given in the syllabus. They should follow a proper schedule for study. Revision before exams is also very important. For revisions, they can use different study materials, revision notes, etc, which are available in the Vedantu website. If they follow a proper schedule and study, they won't find the subject difficult.

2. Is CBSE Class 4 Chapter 7- Daan Ka Hisaab important for the exams?

Every Chapter is important for exams. Other than that,  it is always good for the students to read all the Chapters for personal knowledge and improvement. The CBSE Class 4 Chapter 7 - Daan Ka Hisaab is important as it contains lessons of kindness, humanity and helpfulness. Students will gain useful insight into life from reading this Chapter. Considering all of the above, this Chapter is considered important for the students, for their exams as well as for life lessons. 

3. Why are worksheets important for Class 4 Hindi?

Worksheets are important for any subject and any Class. Worksheets are almost like sample question papers. By solving them, students will have an idea about how the question papers can actually be during exams. Worksheets also help students to understand which part of their syllabus needs more attention. They help students to have an idea about the time they will need to solve each question, how much syllabus has been completed, which portion of the syllabus is still not completed, etc. 

4.  Where do I get all the useful resources from, for Class 4 Hindi?

Vedantu has all the useful resources. Just visit the Vedantu website or app. The resources on the Vedantu website are created by subject professionals, so they are accurate and reliable sources to study from. There is no cost involved in accessing them. Students just have to download them in PDF formats. They can easily access these free resources, take advantage of them and score good marks in exams.

5. How much should I study in one day for Class 4 Hindi?

There is no hard and fast rule, which mentions specific hours of study for a Class 1 student. Students should study according to their capacity. If they feel that they can complete their daily studies in one hour, it is absolutely okay. However, it is advisable for students to make a study routine, to study on a specific time period of a day. This helps in the proper retention of information, and also helps them to concentrate.